6 edition of Affective disorders in childhood and adolescence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Dennis P. Cantwell, Gabrielle A. Carlson.|
|Series||Child behavior and development|
|Contributions||Cantwell, Dennis P., 1939-, Carlson, Gabrielle A.|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.D4 A38 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 484 p. :|
|Number of Pages||484|
|LC Control Number||83013672|
1. Introduction. Anxiety disorders typically have an early age of onset, with a mean of 10 years or younger (Keller et al., ; Orvaschel et al., ), and are among the most common psychiatric disorders experienced by children and adolescents (Essau and Gabbidon, ).They cause substantial impairment at school, home and socially (Essau et al., ; Wittchen et al., ) and, . Book January and the stability of psychotic disorders in childhood through adolescence and adulthood. and executive functioning deficits than in youth with affective disorders [
The K-SADS was developed as a child and adolescent version of SADS resulting from research in childhood depression. The K-SADS covers a wide range of childhood disorders but has a strong emphasis on major affective disorders (Roberts, Vargo, & Ferguson, ). The interview is intended to assess both past and current episodes of psychopathology. Although the existence and diagnostic boundary of childhood bipolar disorder has been the focus of substantial controversy (see Chapter 2, this volume), there is evidence of a progressively growing consensus on both the existence of child mania and on the vicissitudes of age-specific research in this area (National Institute of Mental Health Research Roundtable on Prepubertal Bipolar Disorder.
Affective development pertains to the emergence of the emotional capacity to experience, recognize, and express a range of emotions and to adequately respond to emotional cues in others. Emotions such as happiness or fear are defined as subjective reactions to experience that are associated with physiological and behavioral changes. Childhood disease and disorder - Childhood disease and disorder - Disorders associated with adolescence: Adolescence begins with the onset of sexual maturation and continues through the transition state from childhood to young adulthood. The beginning is biologically defined by the onset of puberty, usually during the 10th to 13th year. The end is less definable and, depending upon.
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Section I Phenomenology.- 1 Depression in Childhood: Clinical Picture and Diagnostic Criteria.- 2 Issues in Classification.- 3 Case Studies in Prepubertal Childhood Depression.- 4 Bipolar Affective Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence.- 5 Affective Disorders in Adolescence.- 6 Clinical and Biological Perspectives on Depressive Disorders in.
Affective disorders are a type of psychiatric disorder, or mood disorder, with a broad range of symptoms. The two main types are depression Author: Mary Ellen Ellis.
The metaanalyses indicate that during childhood and adolescence, the risks for any mental disorder and for affective disorders in children are consistently but moderately related to having a. Affective disorders in childhood have been more intensively studied in the last three decades.
They can be recognized among the children of all ages, but are more frequent among the older children. The main characteristics of mood disorders are similar among children, adolescents and adults, although development factors affect their clinical by: 2. A six year follow up of childhood enuresis: prevalence in adolescence and consequeneces for mental health.
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 75 –9. Fergusson, D. M., & Horwood, L. Mental health problems ranging from depression to bipolar disorder are known as mood disorders, or affective disorders. In any of these disorders, a serious change in mood shapes your child’s emotional state.
Unlike a normal bad mood a child feels occasionally, a mood disorder involves thoughts and feelings that are intense, difficult to.
Very informative book. Has a lot of information on the childhood disorders, and great references. However, it is still on the DSM-IV-TR version, and could be updated.
The book is a little dry to read, but when you need it for reference for a class or paper, or just general information it has more information than most other literature out s: 6. "This is another outstanding book by Professor Martin Herbert, a leading UK expert on clinical child psychology.
This volume offers a brief authoritative summary of scientific knowledge about the assessment, treatment and prevention of common problems of childhood and adolescence.
EPIDEMIOLOGY. Anxiety and mood disorders are among the more common emotional disorders in youth. Depending on the methods of case ascertainment used, anxiety disorders affect 5% to 15% of children and adolescents (for a recent review see Bernstein et al ).Although depression is less common in younger children, by adolescence it may affect about 10% to 15% of patients ().
There is much overlap between the symptoms of many disorders and the challenging behaviors and emotions of normal children. Thus, many strategies useful for managing behavioral problems in children can also be used in children who have mental disorders. Furthermore, appropriate management of childhood behavioral problems may decrease the risk of temperamentally vulnerable children.
It is widely accepted that eating disorders occur in young adults and adolescents, however, a number of reports have described series of young patients with eating disorders aged from eight years upwards. 1,2 The range of disorders in children includes selective eating, food avoidance emotional disorder, functional dysphagia and pervasive.
Affective disorders in children and children at risk of affectively ill parents is an area of research that began only a few years ago, and in this short time much knowledge has accumulated. It is important to remember that it was as late as when Weinberg and his associates 1 published their now classic paper on diagnostic criteria for.
In Part III, Neurobiological Aspects of Affective Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence, genetic and neuroimaging studies and their search for the disease's early markers are described.
The association between chronobiology and mood disorders has a well-deserved chapter, taking from the clock genes and endophenotypes, until the timer system.
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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Affective (mood) disorders: These disorders, including depression, involve persistent feelings of sadness and/or rapidly changing moods.
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Get this from a library. Bipolar disorder in childhood and early adolescence. [Barbara Geller; Melissa P DelBello;] -- "This volume provides a state-of-the-science review of knowledge on bipolar disorder in children, covering all aspects of theory, research, and practice.
Leading. Depressive disorders in childhood and adolescence. David Brent. Book Editor(s): Anita Thapar. Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. investigating change from childhood to middle age, Psychological Medicine, /S, 48, 13, (), ().
Comorbidity between anxiety disorders and other mental disorders is already apparent in childhood and adolescence. Anxiety disorders are associated with all of the other major classes of disorders, including mood disorders, disruptive behaviors, eating disorders, and substance use disorders.
Anxiety disorders are the most common psychiatric condition in youth. Lifetime prevalence rates for any anxiety disorder in adolescents is %. 1 Anxiety disorders occur early in childhood with a median age of onset of 6 years. These disorders lead to significant impairment in .Author: Von Klitzing, Kai, Phyllis Tyson and Dieter Bürgin (Editors) Publisher: Basel: S.
Karger Publishing, Reviewed By: Gregg Johns, Winterpp. Psychoanalysis in Childhood and Adolescence comprises a collection of manuscripts and commentaries by an international panel of noted child and adolescent clinicians and academicians who re-examine the current role of.Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder is more common than bipolar disorder before adolescence, and symptoms tend to decrease as an adolescent moves into adulthood.